Greg Natale Teranova Tiles are a Designer Lust-Fest
I am a member of the unofficial Greg Natale fan club. I have the book, love the rugs and need the t-shirt. Now, I have yet another reason to adore this Aussie designer – Greg Natale floor tiles – his brand new tile collection for Teranova. By the way, there’s not actually a t-shirt available, but someone needs to make one, right?
Let’s take a look at four of the brand new designs from the Teranova collection and please drop me a comment below to let me know which is your favourite. I have my choice locked and loaded already – but all four are clearly fabulous in their own right and are a great alternative to carpet and rugs if you’re looking for some diversity.
Greg Natale Teranova Tiles
Above: The Hexagon pattern is the softer, more delicate choice from the collection.
Below: The Triangle tiles are sharp, bright and energetic – with a play on pattern.
Above: The Circle Tiles add a sense of serenity and are fairly clean and simple.
Below: My fave, Optical, is detailed and graphic – not to mention bold!
A Natural Foray into Tiles
One of the standout features of Greg’s spaces is his use of tiles to add detail, warmth and drama, bringing the rooms he designs to life. This tile collaboration with Sydney-based company Teranova is a first for the guru of dramatic decor and is sure to see the local market in quite the flurry to get all over it.
“It’s a natural progression for me,” Greg says, of his foray into tiles. “This range celebrates the resurgence of patterned tiles in interior design. Contemporary or classic, clean-lined or richly detailed, there’s something here for everyone.”
I am in love with the drama these tiles add to a space. As you can see in the photos here, the tiles go on floors (of course) but also walls, making them a design element you can use in a space to bring a sense of gasp-worthy grandeur. The monochromatic colourway makes them a really versatile option, but I’m told that custom colouring is also available.
The Triangle and Circle tiles will suit contemporary designs, and the individual tiles can be shifted for various effects. Optical and Hexagon suit more classic spaces.
Which tile design is your fave here? I want the Optical ones ASAP!